Historic Building in Mariánské Lázně


The cast-iron Colonnade, built in neo-baroque style in 1889, is the spa's visual centrepiece. Classical and brass-band concerts are performed here two or three times a day in the high season. Also here, in its own p…
Fountain in Mariánské Lázně

Singing Fountain

The Singing Fountain sashays to coloured lights and recorded music – anything from Dvořák to Celine Dion – every two hours on the odd hour, with the last two performances normally at 9pm and 10pm. An information boa…
Museum in Mariánské Lázně

Municipal Museum

The tiny Municipal Museum occupies the house where Goethe stayed during his last visit to Mariánské Lázně. The exhibits cover the visits of Goethe and Britain's King Edward VII, local geology and natural history, an…
Museum in Mariánské Lázně

Fryderyk Chopin Memorial Museum

This small museum, next door to the tourist office, displays personal effects and information on the life of Polish-French composer Frédéric Chopin, who visited the spa in 1836. Chopin’s music is played in the backg…
Church in Mariánské Lázně

Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary

This imposing twin-towered white-and-yellow structure is the most important Roman Catholic Church in Mariánské Lázně. It dates from the mid-19th century and is an example of neo-Byzantine style.
Church in Mariánské Lázně

St Vladimír Church

The 1901 red-and-yellow brick St Vladimír Church is a plush, Byzantine-style Orthodox church with an amazing porcelain iconostasis.